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Passexp?

tsmnewbie1978

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Hi,

I wonder if the q system "Password Expiration Period" is the same as the default period of the PASSEXP on nodes? If I set "Password Expiration Period" to 180 days will the PASSEXP also change for nodes that have the default PASSEXP set (null)?

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RecoveryOne

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Take a peak at:

From the doc page:
The NODE or ADMIN parameters must be specified to change the password expiration period for client nodes or administrators with selectively set password expiration periods. If you do not specify the NODE or ADMIN parameters, all client node and administrator passwords will use the new password expiration period.
 

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